Here is the great news. Nowadays, you don't have to figure everything out by yourself. There are countless websites, YouTube tutorials, group programs, coaching, mentoring, and really great books that you can read or listen to.
I am reminded of a story I read in "Think and Grow Rich" the classic by Napoleon Hill.
You have heard of Henry Ford. That guy who invented the car.
Although he was not a successful lawyer in business, Henry Ford left a legacy. He not only invented the car, he utilized the assembly line and created mass production that transformed economies worldwide. Ford introduced the concept of paying workers living wages. He created jobs for immigrants and minorities that flocked to Detroit. He also happened to be a pacifist and openly opposed the world wars which was not always such a popular opinion at the time.
During the first world war, a Chicago newspaper published certain editorials in which, among other statements, Henry Ford was called "an ignorant pacifist." Ford objected and brought suit against the paper for libelling him.
The Chicago paper attempted to justify the comments because it was known that Henry Ford had minimal formal education. He was educated at a local one-room school for eight years. During court proceedings, lawyers trying to prove his ignorance asked a battery of questions he did not specifically know the answer to such as:
"Who was Benedict Arnold?" and "How many soldiers did the British send over to America to put down the Rebellion of 1776?"
Ford became tired of the questioning and is well-known to have stated:
"If I should really WANT to answer the foolish question you have just asked, or any of the other questions you have been asking me, let me remind you that I have a row of electric push-buttons on my desk, and by pushing the right button, I can summon to my aid men who can answer ANY question I desire to ask concerning the business to which I am devoting most of my efforts. Now, will you kindly tell me, WHY I should clutter up my mind with general knowledge, for the purpose of being able to answer questions, when I have men around me who can supply any knowledge I require?"
Henry Ford did not use the internet, but he did get the concept of Who not How. Next time you spend time doing something you are not good at, or something that will keep you from generating the revenue so important to your law practice, consider what Henry Ford said, oh so many years ago.